U-thong Nai Road,

Ananda Samakhom Throne Hall was a former reception hall located within the grounds of Dusit Palace. This building dominates the area with its white marble walls and its neoclassical and Italian Renaissance style architecture. It was originally used as the seat for Thai Parliament; however, today it is used to welcome foreign mandates and to host state meeting and royal events.

Below the central dome which crowns the building is the throne room which is elaborately decorated. There are also secondary domes which beautifully al fresco decorated by the Chakri dynasty. From the long room on the upper floor you will be able to see impressive views of the Royal Square.

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